Sibal chairs the summit's India committee, which was established to promote strong participation from Indian officials, experts and business leaders.
"India welcomes the decision of the EastWest Institute to bring this powerful forum to New Delhi. Working together with like-minded countries and businesses worldwide, India will work hard to assure that practical advances in cybersecurity are made and international cooperation advanced," the minister said.
Sibal also emphasised upon the need for greater government-to-government collaboration on sharing of information, global vision to deal with hackers, legal framework that addresses the requirements at the global, regional and local levels to combat cyber crimes.
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